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Caring for the older dog

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Caring for the older dog

A puppy is endearing to everyone but puppies grow up all too fast. By one to two years of age dogs of all breeds will be mature. Although individual dogs and some breeds age at different rates, most 10 year old dogs can be considered to be in old age, and many breeds show signs of ageing much more quickly.

How do I keep my dog healthy?

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Do older dogs need special food?

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What diseases are common in older dogs?

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Is it fair to treat disease in an old dog?

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